Episode 23: Share The Wealth

Would you tell a friend what you get paid? Would you do it if you knew it would help her get paid fairly? Meredith Rollins, editor in chief of Redbook magazine has done it — and she says we all should follow suit. The stats don’t lie. It’s been years and despite a lot of headlines and head scratching, we haven’t made much progress closing the wage gap. Could this sort of transparency help? Rollins thinks so and after talking to her, I agree. (Please let me know what you think!) Then, Kelly joins me to answer your questions about all those incentive credit cards and refinancing student loans. Plus, why you’ve got to get a move on with this year’s FAFSA. Join me!

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